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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argument

Defeasibility means that when additional information (new evidence or contrary arguments) is provided, the premises may be no longer lead to the conclusion ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argumentation_theory

Argumentation theory, or argumentation, is the interdisciplinary study of how conclusions can ... For the one carrying the "burden of proof", the advocate, to marshal evidence for ... In its most common form, argumentation involves an individual and an ... Other types of dialogue in addition to persuasion are eristic, information ...

brainly.com/question/1621452

An argument may warrant additional support in the form of additional evidence when ______. A) you need to make your essay longer. B) your audience strongly  ...

open.lib.umn.edu/businesscommunication/chapter/6-3-making-an-argument

Demonstrate how to form a clear argument with appropriate support to persuade your audience. ... What may be more familiar to you is Stephen Toulmin's rhetorical strategy, ... strategies, how do you support your position with evidence or warrants? .... 1.4 Your Responsibilities as a Communicator · 1.5 Additional Resources ...

changingminds.org/disciplines/argument/making_argument/toulmin.htm

Claim | Rebuttal | Grounds | Warrant | Backing | Modal qualifier | See also ... These give useful categories by which an argument may be analyzed. ... The backing (or support) for an argument gives additional support to the warrant by answering ... Unless there is evidence to the contrary, hearing aids do no harm to ears.

www2.ivcc.edu/rambo/eng1001/argumentation.htm

Jun 6, 2013 ... Evidence is what you use in persuasive writing to support the claims that ... essay and look for comments he makes that may support our claim.

owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/588/03

Jun 19, 2017 ... Data: Evidence gathered to support the claim. ... to as the foundation): Additional logic or reasoning that may be necessary to support the warrant. ... Including a well-thought-out warrant or bridge is essential to writing a good ...

www.shoreline.edu/doldham/SRR.html

Argument is the attempt to prove a point using evidence and reasoning. ... Evidence is the concrete facts used to support a claim. Ideally .... Even if the evidence is completely accurate, it may still be faulty. ... In the second, there were four additional pieces of evidence (barometer, temperature, wind and smell), and two types ...

writing-speech.dartmouth.edu/learning/materials-first-year-writers/logic-and-argument

In crafting an argument, you will make a claim and gather ... Once you've collected the evidence or reasons that support your claim, ... your evidence warrants the claim you're trying to make. ... Sometimes you'll need to provide additional backing (Toulmin's fourth element of argument).

www.speaking.pitt.edu/student/argument/argumentbasics.html

Arguments are claims backed by reasons that are supported by evidence. ... credibility in addition to developing good, reasonable claims and supporting reasons. ... and tone of voice, are all forms of nonverbal communication that introduce the ... be divided into four general components: claim, reason, support, and warrant.